Roy Boulting

Biography

Roy Boulting (November 21, 1913 – November 5, 2001) was a British filmmaker. Roy and his identical twin brother John Boulting, known collectively as the Boulting brothers, are known for their series of satirical comedies.

15 titles Directing Writing

5.7

The Last Word

1979 · Director

5.3

Soft Beds, Hard Battles

1974 · Director

5.7

There's a Girl in My Soup

1970 · Director

7.1

Twisted Nerve

1968 · Director

7.4

The Family Way

1966 · Director

6.8

Heavens Above!

1963 · Director

6.7

A French Mistress

1960 · Director

6.5

Suspect

1960 · Director

6.4

Carlton-Browne of the F.O.

1959 · Director

7.2

Happy Is the Bride

1958 · Director

6.8

Brothers in Law

1957 · Director

6.5

Run for the Sun

1956 · Director

5.8

Josephine and Men

1955 · Director

5.5

Seagulls Over Sorrento

1954 · Director

7.0

Sailor of the King

1953 · Director

6.7

High Treason

1951 · Director

7.2

Seven Days to Noon

1950 · Director

6.8

The Guinea Pig

1948 · Director

6.9

Fame Is the Spur

1947 · Director

7.2

Burma Victory

1946 · Director

6.8

Thunder Rock

1942 · Director

7.8

Pastor Hall

1940 · Director

5.8

Inquest

1939 · Director

6.3

Design for Murder Trunk Crime

1939 · Director

9 titles Directing Writing

5.2

The Kingfisher Caper

1975 · Adaptation

5.3

Soft Beds, Hard Battles

1974 · Writer

7.1

Twisted Nerve

1968 · Screenplay

6.2

Rotten to the Core

1965 · Screenplay

6.5

Suspect

1960 · Writer

6.4

Carlton-Browne of the F.O.

1959 · Story

7.2

Happy Is the Bride

1958 · Screenplay

6.8

Brothers in Law

1957 · Screenplay

6.5

Run for the Sun

1956 · Screenplay

5.5

Seagulls Over Sorrento

1954 · Screenplay

6.7

High Treason

1951 · Screenplay

7.2

Seven Days to Noon

1950 · Screenplay